I keep hearing good things about fomabrom but also a lot of people having a hard time with it.
I am interested in sepia toner if it gets me there. That or the MT3.
I gather the length of bleaching effects the toning. Does it literally remove the color created prior to bleaching or is it still a factor?
The reason I ask is because if that's the case, it would seem the colors a paper produces would seem less important and other paper properties could be chosen.
My real goal is to use my glass wet plates to make lith prints. I'm not having much luck right now with those so I want to get the process down with some pyro negs. I really like the warmth of my plates and want to carry that over to the print and create a nice marriage.
Here's a typical wet plate tone that I like
http://www.apug.org/gallery1/showima...imageuser=3090
Thanks for the help